The ring of steel remained around the Port of Andratx yesterday as police continued with their hunt for the person or persons responsible for the murder of a 50-year-old German widow at her home in la Mola on Friday. While police man check points and interview the general public, detectives are also investigating the victim's bank accounts, savings and business negotiations. The body of the millionairess was found in the kitchen of her luxury home on the development where Claudia Schiffer and her family used to have a home and police believe that the motives for the murder were either love or money. At the moment, the investigation centres around two young people who, lately, have been regularly seen in the widow's company. But police sources yesterday refused to comment on whether there were witnesses to the crime, which is one of the reasons the investigation is progressing slowly. Yesterday a German male, identified as Manfred, who the victim is believed to have been involved in a relation with, arrived in Majorca. The Guardia Civil intend to talk to Irmela Regina Femmer's partner at the first opportune moment as well as a German lawyer, who it transpires, was her best friend. Police have also ascertained that the victim's relationship with Manfred has become strained of late. The house where the victim was living is also on the market and over the past eight years, Femmer had lived in Peguera, Calla Lamp and finally La Mola.
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